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Some common uses of MirrorFolder are:
Mirroring on local hard disk - MirrorFolder is ideal for real-time
mirroring on a separate local hard disk. In this mode, files in the
mirror folder will remain identical with their source at any point of
time. In case the source disk fails, you will have all of your files
on the mirror folder/disk for immediate use. You may also use
auto-synchronization mode of mirroring on local hard disk and choose
to move older versions of files in the mirror folder to recycle bin
Backup on removable drive - MirrorFolder can be used for automatic
backup of your important working folders on removable drive like USB
flash drive, removable hard disk, etc., preferably in automatic
synchronization mode. You may also enable archive option to store
older versions of files in a series of ZIP files into a third
Mirroring entire system drive - MirrorFolder can be used to mirror
entire Windows drive on another internal hard disk drive in real-time
mirroring (RAID-1 type) mode. In case the source drive fails, you can
use mirror drive to boot Windows without any lose of data/files. Note
that MirrorFolder does not support mirroring entire system drive on
external removable and network drives at present.
Synchronization between laptop and desktop computers - You can use
MirrorFolder to synchronize files between your laptop and desktop
computers using bi-directional automatic synchronization mode.
Synchronization between home and office computers through a USB
flash drive - You can use MirrorFolder to synchronize important
folders between your home and office computers using bi-directional
automatic synchronization mode through a USB flash drive.
Workstations to server mirroring - In a networked environment,
MirrorFolder can be installed on each workstation computer to mirror
important folders on them to one or more servers on the network. Once
mirrors are created, MirrorFolder will keep mirrors on the server
synchronized with the source folders on each computer on the network
without requiring any further effort from individual users. That
means, the server(s) will always contain an up-to-date copy of all
relevant files of each workstation computer and individual users will
no longer have to spend any time backing up his/her computer
Server to server mirroring - MirrorFolder can be used for mirroring
of files/folders from server to server on local network. Since this
software runs under system account for both real-time and
auto-synchronization mode of mirroring, it can mirror any files
irrespective of its access right and who is currently interactively
logged on the system. However, you must provide a user name and
password to access the the remote server and mirror on it.
Works on “Setup and Forget” principle, i.e., once you setup
mirror(s) for a folder/drive, synchronization/mirroring will be done
automatically in the background saving your valuable time.
Runs as a service in the background using very little system
resources, e.g., CPU time, memory, etc., for mirroring and
Simple, intuitive and easy user interface program to setup and
manage mirror folders. Optionally integrates with Windows Explorer for
setting up of mirror through property page of a folder.
Supports mirroring/synchronization of a folder/drive to multiple
destinations each with different options.
Supports mirroring entire system drive to another internal hard disk
in RAID-1 mode so that you may boot from the mirror drive without any
lose of data in case the source drive fails.
Supports mirroring/synchronization on all kinds of drives, e.g.,
fixed local drive, network drive on LAN/VPN, removable drive/disk,
etc., from your local computer.
Supports mirroring exclusively opened file in real-time mirroring
(RAID-1 type) mode.
Built-in scheduler for automatic synchronization and archiving of
mirror folders at specified time interval, or at specified times.
Supports automatic synchronization of mirror folders at system
startup, shutdown, logon, logoff, or when a removable/network drive is
Supports bi-directional synchronization option (except in RAID-1
Supports use of NTFS Change Journals data for fast synchronization
of folders containing very large number of files.
Supports copying of NTFS alternate named streams, file permissions,
extended attributes, sparse files, encrypted files, reparse point,
symbolic link, etc.
Mirrors files at byte level in real-time mirroring (RAID-1 type)
mode by default. Optionally copies files differentially at block level
in other synchronization modes.
Supports extensive filtering options for both source and destination
folders to include/exclude certain sub-folders and file types
Supports archiving of older and deleted versions of files from the
mirror folder in a series of standard ZIP files to a third location,
i.e., outside source and mirror folders.
Supports limiting disk/network bandwidth and CPU time priority used
during background synchronization.
Optionally supports replication of file delete operation in all
synchronization and mirroring modes.
Easy user interface to find and restore files from multiple
destination folders and ZIP files to a target folder at the chosen
point of time.
Easy user interface to compare contents two folders.
Extensive logging of automatic/real-time synchronization, RAID-1
mirroring, archiving of mirror folders, and warning and errors. You
can also see name of all currently opened files for mirroring in
Supports importing and exporting of settings and logs in standard
Supports command line options to install the software, and setup
mirrors on large number of destination computers automatically.
Uses Unicode internally so that it can handle file/folder name in
any languages supported by Windows.
Multi-language user interface. Currently available languages are
English, German, French, Danish, Spanish and Portuguese.